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1. A new foundation for mathematics
Is there a revolution coming in mathematics? A shift that will fundamentally change the way
2. Apple’s smartwatch: Timely idea or clocked out
Apple is a habitual party crasher, but can the company’s history of arriving late and making a big
splash in various gadget categories continue with the Apple Watch?
3. Mystery of Death Valley’s moving rocks solved
For years scientists have theorized about how large rocks zigzag across Racetrack Playa in Death
Valley National Park, leaving long trails etched in the Earth.
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1. 3-D Printing Builds Up Architecture
Lindsay Hock, managing editor, explores how 3-D printing is used in architectural design.
2. A Potential New Route to Stop Surgical Bleeding
Lindsay Hock, managing editor, writes about a new hemostasis option to stop surgical bleeding
and prevent mortalities and morbidity.
3. Taking A Big Bite Out of Malaria
Malaria threatens more than 40% of the world’s population and kills up to 1.2 million people worldwide each year. Lindsay Hock, managing editor, writes on a new vaccine development to potentially
eradicate the parasitic disease.
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1. Battery-free RFID Humidity/Temperature Sensor
Farsens S.L.’s Hygro-Fenix-H221 is a battery-free RFID sensor tag capable of transmitting humidity
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2. Multi-material 3-D Printers
Stratasys has introduced the Objet500 Connex1 and Objet500 Connex2 multi-material 3-D printers featuring triple-jetting technology.
3. 3-D Metal Processing Laser System
Jenoptik’s Lasers & Material Processing Div. has introduced the JENOPTIK-VOTAN BIM.
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3-D printing technology helps build life-like
replicas of buildings, aiding in architecture.
Image: 5+ Design
Blood-sucking mosquitos could help carry a
working vaccine for malaria. Image: Seattle
Image of doctors trying to stop surgical bleeding
in a clinical setting. Image: Arch Therapeutics